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ohSunnyOne (#47178112)
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Bio Photo My Find-a-Grave activity is only moderately curtailed by that essential 'nuisance' of "having to earn a living". I generally respond to queries, SACs and requests as soon as I can get a round tuit. Sincere apologies for all delays, and thank you for your patience. =]) Beth

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A proud Canadian, I now live in the beautiful Province of British Columbia :D Locations of interest near my former home in Ontario include all of Simcoe County (which is about an hour north of Toronto), plus Ancaster (west Hamilton) and the (former) County of Wentworth, which are due west of Toronto.
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My Mother, Margaret 'Marg' Mills, 1915 - 2014

My Dad, F/O William Ross 'Bill' Mills, 1908 - 1965, RCAF 1940-1945, 435(T) Squadron Burma 1944-'45

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Copyright courtesy requested! If you wish to use a photo that I have uploaded to a memorial here on Find-a-Grave, and post it to another website 'as yours', KINDLY ASK ME FIRST. In general, I don't mind if anyone uses my photos for their personal records, and I would hope my name would be included for the source file. But please, if you're going to post them to a FEE-BASED/SUBSCRIPTION website (including Ancestry, which as we all know ultimately profits from _everything_ contributed to their site), it would be nice if credit to the photographer (me) could be given within the posting. I don't know if other sites make this possible, but something such as: "Photograph taken by OhSunnyOne, Ancaster, Ont" would be appreciated.
Thank you for this consideration.

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"If we don't grab this data, it's gone. Stones are face down, fallen over. Some that we can read now, we won't be able to read later. Counties just don't have the resources to restore every cemetery." --
Gail Brown, coordinator faculty of the Geographic Information System program at Kirkwood Community College (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), on cemetery preservation and recording

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"God put me on this earth to accomplish a certain number of things. Right now I am
so far behind that I will never die."
- Bill Waterson [creator, 'Calvin & Hobbes']

Visitor: What a nice town. Have you lived here all your life?
Old Lady: Nope. Not yet.

My next vehicle license plate cover will read:

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Messages left for ohSunnyOne (691)[Leave Message]
Bev Dowson
RE: Mountain View, Vancouver
That would be fantastic !! Thank you !
Added by Bev Dowson on Oct 12, 2015 2:17 PM
Bev Dowson
RE: Wilfred Crossen James Family, Cobourg Union Cem
Glad to help !!
Added by Bev Dowson on Oct 12, 2015 1:37 PM
Bev Dowson
RE: Wilfred Crossen James Family, Cobourg Union Cem
My grandmother was a James from Columbus so whenever I see a James, I get the picture 'in case'. Enjoy !
Added by Bev Dowson on Oct 09, 2015 5:58 AM
Colleen McCarthy Sanborn
Thank you so much!!!!!
Added by Colleen McCarthy Sanborn on Oct 08, 2015 4:59 PM
Aurorae Little U.E.
124299107 Aikens family
Thanks for the awesome pics ;)
Added by Aurorae Little U.E. on Oct 06, 2015 11:08 PM
Aurorae Little U.E.
RE: re Edward Marion Chadwick (1840 - 1921)
what is a CoA .. Coat of Arms, and each arms is personalized to that particular individual. IE Chadwick arms assigned to Edward, could not be used by other Chadwicks.. Heraldry, in it's true form, is for the individual, not the entire population of the name. Thanks for the edits.. I am trying to get UEL /UE recognized too.. I think they should be!
Added by Aurorae Little U.E. on Oct 04, 2015 10:02 PM
mark south
Cecil Brownell Taylor
Wondering if you have any connections to Cecil Brown Taylor who was a relative of mine?
Added by mark south on Oct 01, 2015 9:37 PM
Betty & Dan
Cricklow/Crichlow, Thomas - Ross Bay Cemetery
There is no marker on his grave so the puzzle about the spelling of his surname remains unsolved. We note that in both the 1881 & 1891 Census, his surname is spelled 'Crichlow' (as is his death registration) , while in the 1860 Victoria City Directory & this cemetery index, his surname is spelled 'Cricklow'. We suggest you submit edits to correct the spelling of his surname and to add his place of birth.
Added by Betty & Dan on Sep 21, 2015 8:36 PM
Tony Cornah
William Dummer Powell Jarvis
I ran the Flanders Fields marathon 5 years ago. For an extra charity donation, runners are given the name of, and information about, an athlete who died in WW1. I was given William Dummer Powell Jarvis to think about while I ran. This year my partner, Polly, and I made a cycle tour of Northern France and Southern Belgium (Flanders) and I took some photos of his entry on the Menin Gate which I have uploaded to his page on this site. There is also a wonderful new International Memorial, The Ring of Remembrance, at Notre Dame de Lorette just north of Arras. This memorial has the names of the 579,606 men who died in Northern France during the First World War, listed in alphabetical order, regardless of rank and nationality and is a stunning tribute to their sacrifice. I have uploaded photos taken there too.
Added by Tony Cornah on Sep 15, 2015 3:28 AM
Kathy Londo Barnes
Copyright Request
Thank you for voicing this. Thank you for all that you do on Find A Grave.
Added by Kathy Londo Barnes on Sep 03, 2015 7:29 PM
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